Workshop on stakeholders’ engagement in city making | CULTURE – CITY – CHANGE
About the Event
Exploring alternative modes of participatory design processes through real examples from Lublin
(redevelopment, urban renewal, new projects). The workshop consists of an introductory session and a role-playing exercise with 10-12 participants. It will cover identification, engaging and negotiating among stakeholders.
About the host
Omar Nagati (EGY)
A practising architect and urban planner who currently lives in Cairo. Having studied at UBC, Vancouver and UC Berkeley, Nagati adopts an interdisciplinary approach to urban history and design and engages in a comparative analysis of the question of urban informality in developing countries. He teaches part-time Urban Design Studio at the MSA University in Giza and has recently cofounded, with Beth Stryker, Cluster, a new platform for critical urban research and design initiatives in downtown Cairo.
When: 24 September, 11.00-14.00
Where: Museum of Housing Estates, Wileńska 21
Registration: The workshops are free. Sign up via the online form.
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